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Gonzales Coques

Belgium (1618 -  1684 ) Wikipedia® : Gonzales Coques
COQUES Gonzales Jeune Famille Devant Un Feu De Cheminée

Hotel de Ventes Geneve /Apr 27, 2013
28,517.88 - 40,739.83
191,595.33

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Gonzales Coques - Portrait Of A Girl, Half-length

Gonzales Coques - Portrait Of A Girl, Half-length

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Lot Description Gonzales Coques (Antwerp 1614-1684) Portrait of a girl, half-length, in a white lace-trimmed dress and red cloak, with a pearl necklace oil on copper, arched top, the lower corners made up 11.7 x 8 cm., in a pierced gilt bronze frame cast with scrolls, the upper angles with allegorical motifs including vessels, a mirror and a comb, possibly 18th century Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Provenance Comtes de Gramont de Coigny, and by inheritance to Dom Jaime III Alvares Pereira de Melo, 10th duque de Cadaval (1913-2001), and by inheritance to the present owner. Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 3 December 2013, lot 12, where purchased by the late father of the present owners. View Lot Notes >
Gonzales Coques - Equestrian Portrait

Gonzales Coques - Equestrian Portrait

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Lot number: 27
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Gonzales Coques (Antwerp 1614/18–1684) Equestrian portrait of an elegant couple in the company of a servant, oil on copper, 43.3 x 38.4 cm, framed Provenance: Birthday present from Queen Frederica Louisa Wilhelmina of the Netherlands to her husband, William I of the Netherlands (died in 1849); sale of the estate of King William II, The Hague, 12–20 August 1850, lot 81 (for 800 florins to Nieuwenhuis); Lord Northbrook Collection, London; owned by the latter’’’’s heirs until after 1927; P. & D. Colnaghi Gallery, London (1931); Milton Galleries, London (1946/47); sale, Sotheby’’’’s, London, 12 July 2001, lot 233; sale, Sotheby’’’’ s, London, 8 December 2005, lot 139; Private collection, Germany Exhibited: Exhibition of Flemish and Belgian Art 1300–1900, Royal Academy, London, 1927, no. 296 (on loan from Lord Northbrook); William II and Anna Pavlovna – Royal Splendour of the Dutch Court, Hermitage, St. Petersburg, September 2013–Januar 2014; Willem II Kunstkoning, Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht, March – June 2014; A Royal Passion for Art – William II of the Netherlands and Anna Pavlovna, Villa Vauban, Musée d’’’’Art de la Ville de Luxembourg, July – October 2014 Literature: Description de la Collection de S. A. le Prince d’’’’Orange à Bruxelles, Brussels, 1837, p. 34; W. H. J. Weale and J. P. Richter, A Descriptive Catalogue of the Collection of Pictures Belonging to the Earl of Northbrook, London/Sydney, 1889, p. 37, no. 42; A. von Wurzbach, Niederländisches Künstlerlexikon, vol. I, Vienna/Leipzig, 1906, p. 335; K. Zoege von Manteuffel, in: F. Thieme, U. Becker, Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Künstler, vol. VII, Leipzig, 1912, p. 385; Pantheon, vol. VIII, 1931, p. 399 (ill.) Gonzales Coques was a student of Pieter Brueghel III and David Ryckaert II. In 1640/41 he was appointed master of the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke. Within a short period of time he became the favourite portraitist of Antwerp patricians. He also had prominent patrons abroad, such as King Charles I of England (Coques is documented to have been in England several times) and Elector William I of Brandenburg. In England, Coque came under the spell of Van Dyck, who inspired him with his elegant portaits, an influence that is also betrayed in the present painting. His proximity to Van Dyck also earned him the nickname ‘Little Van Dyck’’’’. In 1671 he was appointed court painter to Don Juan de Zuniga, then the governor of the Spanish Netherlands. Yet he also entertained contacts to the Northern Netherlands. He received a golden chain from Prince Frederick Henry of Orange as a reward for a number of portraits and a pastoral landscape the prince had acquired. The present painting might be one of those commissioned by the House of Orange. In 2001, Jan de Maere expressed the opinion that the landscape background in the present painting was by the hand of Jan Wildens and that the horses and the dog were painted by Paul de Vos.
Gonzales Coques - Portrait Of A Young Man

Gonzales Coques - Portrait Of A Young Man

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Lot number: 753
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Anonymous sale, Paris, Christie's, 20 June 2007, lot 31. 753 Gonzales Coques ANTWERP 1614 OR 1618 - 1684 PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN, HOLDING HIS LAPEL oil on copper, oval 15.1 by 11.2 cm.; 6 by 4 3/8 in. Estimate 8,000 - 12,000 GBP Print Please notify me when the condition report is available
Gonzales Coques - Jeune Famille Devant Un Feu De Cheminée

Gonzales Coques - Jeune Famille Devant Un Feu De Cheminée

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Lot number: 193
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Gonzales Coques (vers 1614-1684), Jeune famille devant un feu de cheminée Huile sur panneau, 41x55 cm Historique: Collection George Watson Taylor; Vente Christie's, Londres, 13/06/1823, lot no. 39; J. Stuart Wortley; Collection Lord Wharncliff, 1833; Collection Lord Taunton; Collection E.A.V. Stanley, Quantock Lodge, Bristol; Collection Fritz Lugt, Paris, 1927; Vente Sotheby's, Londres, 03/12/1969, Gonzales Coques (1618-1684), lot no. 68 Littérature: J. Smith, "A Catalogue Raisonné of the works of the most eminent Dutch, Flemish, and French Painters", vol. IV, Londres 1833, no. 13; G.F. Waagen, Galleries and Cabinets of Art in Great Britain, vol. II, Londres, 1954, p. 421; F.C. Legrand, "Les peintres flamands de genre au XVIIe siècle", Bruxelles, 1963, p. 98; A.P. de Mirimonde, "Les sujets de musique chez Gonzales Coques et ses émules", in: Bulletin des Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, 1967, p. 185; R.D. Leppert, "The theme of Music in Flemish Paintings of the Seventeenth Century", München-Salzburg, 1977, no. 135; L. Dijck; T. Koopman, "Het Klavecimbel in de Nederlandse kunst tot 1800", cat. d'exposition, Zutphen, 1987, no.139; P. Vandenbroeck, "De salette of pronkkamer in het 17de-eeuwse Brabantse burgerhuis", in: Monumenten & Landschappen 9/6, 1990, p. 50; M. Lisken-Pruss, "Gonzales Coques (1614-1684). Der kleine Van Dyck", (Pictura Nova XIII. Studies in 16th and 17th Century Flemish Painting and Drawing), Turnhout, 2012 (en cours d'impression) Le Dr Marion Lisken-Pruss a confirmé l'authenticité de cette œuvre d'après photographie, et celle-ci sera incluse au sein de son catalogue raisonné de Gonzales Coques actuellement en préparation
Gonzales Coques - A Portrait Of A Gentleman, Bust-length

Gonzales Coques - A Portrait Of A Gentleman, Bust-length

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Lot number: 276
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Gonzales Coques (Antwerp 1614/18-1684) A portrait of a gentleman, bust-length oil on copper, oval 4¼ x 3 3/8 in. (10.8 x 8.6 cm.) Private collection, Great Britain. Known as the 'petit Van Dyck' thanks to his elegant small-scale compositions such as this oval portrait on copper, Coques was a favored portraitist among the patrician class in the Southern Netherlands, as well as in England, the Netherlands and Germany. His portraits reveal an affinity not only to the work of Anthony van Dyck, but also to the Dutch masters of small-scale portraiture such as Thomas de Keyser and Gerard ter Borch.
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